After Paxton Lynch suffered an ankle injury, the Broncos turned to Trevor Siemian, who nearly sparked a comeback.
Broncos cornerback Chris Harris blames Michael Crabtree for starting the brawl that led to ejections for Crabtree, Aqib Talib and Gabe Jackson. Harris accuses Crabtree of taking a cheap shot at him the play before the brouhaha. “He came in there, was like ‘bam,’ hit me right in the middle of the stomach,” Harris said, [more]
Broncos quarterback Paxton Lynch wore a boot on his right ankle, which he injured in the second half of Sunday’s 21-14 loss to the Raiders. He will undergo further medical testing Monday to determine the extent of the injury. Although he cried as he sat on the bench after his injury, Lynch said he hoped [more]
The three Broncos suffered game-ending injuries vs. the Raiders.
The Raiders have lost six of their past nine games. Yet, they moved within a game of first place in the AFC West after holding on to beat Denver 21-14. The Raiders (5-6) are tied with the Chargers, one game behind the free-falling Chiefs (6-5), with a modest one-game winning streak. The Broncos made it [more]
The Broncos fell on the road to the Raiders 21-14.
These are the four pieces of information you need to know following the Broncos' loss.
It is not a good day for the Broncos. Besides being down 21-7 to the Raiders in the fourth quarter, Denver has had cornerback Aqib Talib ejected and has lost three other players to injury. Nose tackle Domata Peko injured his left knee. He had his knee heavily wrapped as he sat on the sideline [more]
Broncos quarterback Paxton Lynch limped off the field in the third quarter with an injury to his right leg. He appeared to be crying as he sat on the bench. It was a non-contact injury, with Lynch pulling up as he tossed a short pass to Demaryius Thomas. Lynch could put no weight on his [more]
Paxton Lynch's dismal outing in Oakland took a turn for the worse in the second half. The second-year Broncos quarterback exited Sunday's loss the Raiders with an ankle injury. 2017-11-26T23:43:00Z NFL.com
Paxton Lynch's dismal outing in Oakland took a turn for the worse in the second half. The second-year Broncos quarterback exited Sunday's game against the Raiders with an ankle injury. 2017-11-26T23:43:00Z NFL.com
The Raiders don’t have their top two wide receivers, but it hasn’t mattered. Even with Amari Cooper injured and Michael Crabtree ejected, Oakland has rolled to a 14-0 halftime lead over the Broncos. The momentum turned when an interception fell into Navorro Bowman‘s lap as he lay on the ground. It was the Raiders’ first [more]
Raiders wide receiver Amari Cooper walked off under his own power after enduring a brutal hit from Broncos safety Darian Stewart late in the second quarter. He walked into the locker room with trainers Rod Martin and Scott Touchet. Cooper stretched out for a pass and, with Bradley Roby wrapping him up, Stewart came flying [more]
Broncos quarterback Paxton Lynch briefly had his first touchdown pass of the season, a 20-yarder to running back Devontae Booker. But replay overturned the score, ruling Booker down at the 1-yard line. The Raiders stopped Booker for no gain on first down before Lynch threw across his body toward Virgil Green. The ball was tipped [more]
Raiders wide receiver Michael Crabtree and Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib have a history. It didn’t take long for that history to come to a head Sunday. Crabtree blocked Talib off the field into the sideline, shoving him to the ground. Talib got up and mayhem ensued with players from both teams joining the scuffle. Fists [more]
Injuries have hit the Broncos hard during their game against the Raiders.
The Broncos released their list of seven inactive players 90 minutes before kickoff.
A quick look at the recent buzz on the Denver Broncos.
Paxton Lynch will make his first start of the 2017 season, and with Bill Musgrave calling the plays, look for something different from Denver's offense.
The Broncos' active roster is back at 53 players.